Full-time | Remote | Starting April 19
Anti-Racism Daily is looking to hire a full-time Managing Editor to oversee the day-to-day execution of our daily newsletter. This candidate will work alongside our founder and Editor-In-Chief to ensure our content is sharp, insightful, relevant, and actionable.
This role is a salaried, full-time position including benefits, and open to anyone based in the U.S. The starting salary is $75,000.
About the Role
You will manage the editorial strategy, including identifying key issues to cover and assign to the writing team along with the day-to-day execution. This includes moving each newsletter through the editorial process, setting and enforcing deadlines with writers, providing editing support as needed, and managing our newsletter content calendar. You’ll report directly to Nicole Cardoza, Editor-in-Chief.
Manage the editorial calendar and scheduling of each daily newsletter, published at 6:30a each day of the week
Write 1-2 emails a week
Oversee copy flow; providing approval of final pieces before publication
Add and curate our published newsletters to our website
Supervise our freelance writers, and Assistant Editor
Work alongside our Editor-in-Chief to inform our content calendar on social media and other owned platforms
The ideal Managing Editor has the following qualities:
Passionate about the issues we cover in our newsletter, including and not limited to racial and gender justice and equity, abolition, environmental justice, disability rights, etc.
Thrives in a fast paced environment
Informed and educated on current events in the United States and globally
Organized and detail-oriented
Enjoys both writing and editing and has a proven track record for both
Deep newsroom expertise and fluent in leading the editorial process
Familiarity with email newsletters and Mailchimp
Comfortable working with Google Docs, Slack, and Trello
We also hope that they align with our organization’s key values:
About the Anti-Racism Daily
The Anti-Racism Daily is a narrative hub for the lived experience of racism in the U.S. We center the voices of marginalized communities and publish honest perspectives of racism, systemic oppression, and other discrimination that these communities face. Through our daily newsletter, podcast, social media, courses, and digital community, we aim to illuminate the challenges and blessings we experience and offer tangible ways for the community and its allies to take action.
About our Staff
You’ll be working closely with our founder and Editor-in-Chief and will be directly managing a part-time Assistant Editor. In addition, our company works with over a dozen writers across the U.S. We were founded and will remain, a remote company. We informally communicate on Slack and host bi-weekly get-togethers on Zoom. Our team spans generations and geographical locations, and brings a wide range of perspectives and opinions. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
Apply: Now – April 10
To apply, please email us with a resume, or other demonstration of your professional experience, and writing samples to
. Please include the subject line “Managing Editor Job Application.” We will accept applications until Friday, April 9. We aim for this role to start on Monday, April 19th, if not sooner. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
As part of our work, it is imperative that we center the experiences of the BIPOC, LGBTQ+ communities, disabled communities, and other marginalized groups. We encourage people that identify with these groups to apply.
The Anti-Racism Daily is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, ancestry, religion, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, disability, whistleblower status, or any other personal characteristics protected by state or federal law. The Anti-Racism Daily’s policies and practices reflect our commitment to nondiscrimination in all employment areas.